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12 July 2004

A new magazine covering the fixed and mobile content delivery sector in EMEA is launching in September 2004. The magazine, called Stream, is published by Prestige Media Ltd., the publishers of VanillaPlus, and will have an initial circulation of 7,848 readers.

Stream will focus on content types such as; Advice & Information; Animation; Adult Entertainment; Business & Corporate information; Education; Entertainment & Lifestyle; Gambling; Gaming; Government Information; Movies; Music & Ringtones; News; Religion; Sports; Shopping & Retail; Travel; TV & Radio; Weather and their delivery across Internet (Email, Webcast), Wireless LAN (Wi-Fi), Wireless (GSM, GPRS, UMTS, Satellite Broadband) and Fixed Line (Cable, xDSL, IP) networks.

Stream will have four sections covering;

Content Handling & Delivery
Compression Technologies; Content Aggregation; Content Selection; Location-based Services; Media Players; Order Management; Secure Access, Coding & Encryption; Service Provisioning; Translation.

Finance & Commerce
Customer Billing; Fraud Control & Prevention; Interconnect Billing & Settlement; Mediation; Payment & Security; Pricing & Rating; Revenue Management; Systems Integration & Technology Consulting.

Partner & Customer Management
Customer Relationship Management (CRM); Customer Selection; E-Commerce; M-Commerce; Mobile User Interfaces; Outsourced Customer Care; Partner Relationship Management (PRM); Partner & Service Selection; Partner Training; Service Assurance; QoS; Web Self-care.

Network & Data Management
Data Management & Storage; IT Hosting; IT Outsourcing; Performance Management;
Process Management; Systems Integration & Technology Consulting; Trouble Reporting.

Stream will be edited by freelance journalist George Malim who will continue to be editor of VanillaPlus.

“After years of talk and false starts, the content delivery industry is finally beginning to gain traction,” said Malim. “Now carriers and content providers have the challenge of defining workable business models across the complex content delivery value chain. Stream will be an indispensable journal of record as the industry moves from the test-bed to the balance sheet.”

For editorial enquiries please contact George Malim on T: +44 (0)207 503 3811

For advertising enquiries please Neal Henry on T: +44 (0)1322 432 835 e:

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